President Joko Widodo visited warring countries as part of efforts to repair disrupted supply chains.
Garuda Indonesia (GIAA.JK) has halved its debt and achieved comparable cuts to aircraft leasing costs in negotiations that have set the airline up for profitability, the Indonesian government said on Tuesday.
During this week’s press briefing on Monday 27th June, Minister Uno shared the news that the much anticipated Indonesian Digital Nomad Visa is entering the final stages of preparation and will soon be open for applications.
Analysts in Indonesia, like Dandy Rafitrandi, an economics researcher at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), said that “participating would still benefit Indonesia, even if it remains unclear what real commitments the US will offer.
In facing global climate uncertainty and world political instability, Indonesia must be more aware of the current situation and always ensure that Indonesia is able to face the challenges of political instability and the global climate.
The visit therefore appeared to bode well for the implementation of IA-CEPA, the bilateral free trade agreement that was signed and ratified into law last year. But whether it turns out that way remains to be seen.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese made a textbook start to re-engagement with Indonesia taking a substantial delegation of ministers and businesspeople on his first bilateral visit – and then getting out of Jakarta to the broader country in Makassar.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has pledged to deepen economic engagement with the region amid tensions with Beijing.
Anthony Albanese last week successfully passed what has become a foreign policy initiation for new Australian prime ministers: he established a good working relationship with his Indonesian counterpart.
Under prime minister Anthony Albanese’s leadership, Australia is poised to shift its priorities toward relations with close neighbors such as Indonesia, some analysts say, in a possible departure from the previous government’s focus on fellow anglophone states.
Indonesia’s defence minister Prabowo calls on US & China to hear Asean’s voice in resolving South China Sea tensions
Indonesian Minister of Defence Prabowo Subianto has called on China and the U.S. to “hear the voice” of Asean, saying that Asean countries could be a bridge for both major powers to achieve a peaceful resolution over tensions in the South China Sea, Benar News reported.
It’s great Albanese is in Indonesia, but Australia needs to do a lot more to reset relations. Here are 5 ways to start
A new Australian prime minister flying to Indonesia to “reset” relations is now so routine it would probably raise hackles in Jakarta if it didn’t happen.
PM Albanese affirmed Australia’s support for Indonesia’s G20 Presidency and commended President Jokowi for his leadership in driving global efforts to recover together and stronger from impacts of COVID-19.
Prime minister says, “We can do much more, there is significant opportunity for Australian companies in Indonesia’s growing economy.”
By going to Jakarta so early in his prime ministership, Anthony Albanese is practising what he preached during the election campaign about the importance he intends attaching to Indonesia.